Alberni’s Sunshine Club holds AGM on Sept. 26

New executive will be elected and new memberships are available for sale at Echo Centre on Wallace Street.

September has arrived and the Sunshine club is back into full swing in Port Alberni. Memberships for 2012/13 are due and members can participate in many activities for a fee of $50. The Sunshine Club office is open inside Echo Centre on Wallace Street (at 10th Avenue) from 9 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday.

The Sunshine Club’s AGM will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 1:30 PM at Echo Centre. We will be electing the new executive and we encourage all members to make a special effort to attend so you can give your input on the many agenda items that will be discussed.

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